Butternut Tree

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Scientific Name:
Juglans cinerea
USDA Hardiness Zone:
3-7
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Product Overview

Butternut - A Delight to Behold

Why Butternut?

The butternut tree belongs to the walnut family and is a small to medium-sized tree that can grow up to 40–60' tall and has a massive spread of 35–50' at maturity. Its majestic size and alluring beauty make it the perfect addition to your garden and ensure you have plenty of shade available.

 

The light-colored wood has a natural golden luster and is extensively used for making furniture, hard-carved wall panels, altars, decorations, and interior woodwork. It is often stocked at lumber yards because of its limited cutting annually.

 

Butternuts are slow-growing trees and seldom live longer than 76 years. It prefers acidic, alkaline, moist, loamy, well-drained wet and clay soils and direct sunlight for at least 6 hours daily.

 

Juglans cinerea starts bearing nuts 7 to 10 years after planting. The nuts have a sweet, buttery flavor and are used for baking, confections, and fresh eating.

 

Pollination: Self-fertile but requires wind to pollinate

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  • 3
    Arrived in Good, but dormant, shape

    Posted by Kenn on 06/28/19

    Pleased with the tree, will see if it sprouts at this late date (June 28)

  • 5
    Trees Look Good

    Posted by Carol on 05/21/19

    The trees were very well packed and looked good upon arrival. I have them planted. It is too soon to know how they will grow

  • 4
    Experiment

    Posted by Unknown on 05/16/19

    They arrived unbroken in good cardboard box. I have planted them watered them. Can't say anymore until I see how they grow. Thank you for the product.

  • 5
    LOOKED GREAT ON ARRIVAL

    Posted by Larry Hatch on 05/15/19

    i WAS VERY IMPRESSED WITH HOW WELL THE TREES WERE PACKAGED AND HOW GOOD THEY LOOKED.

  • 5
    Very nice

    Posted by Lorri O'Donnell on 06/02/18

    Trees very fresh and hardy.

  • 5
    Butternut trees doing well

    Posted by Raymond C Laning on 09/13/17

    The trees were well prepared and packed; I planted them almost immediately and they are looking very well, sporting some nice new shoots.